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rexon

I have always hear the SDF during my heydays in La Republique arguing that they cannot go for elections without an IEC. But i have always been embarassed for the fact that they dont only accept to go for elections without an IEC, even when these elections are rigged, they prefer to legitimise Mr Biya's junta through their participation in their parliament where they know they cannot bring any positive changes.

I am not quite sure if the IEC will be of any help to the SDF. I understand they have been trying to govern La Republique Du Cameroun. I wish them well, but giving the political and operational dynamics of La Republique francaise du Cameroun, the SDF cannot win elections in La Republique du Cameroun with or without an independent electoral commision.

They have only been legitimising Mr Biya's colonial empire through their habitual handclapping in the CPDM parliament. In fact, all those who are there are merely interested in their financial rewards. If they were truly interested in playing any role as an opposition, they would have refused going to these parliament. Nonetheless, since i left them, i have always wished them well.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Hahahaha Rexon,
You are making laughing out my lungs here.You rightly said that the SDF parliamentarians are more of handclappers than resolution and lawmakers.It's a pity that their agenda today is to follow what the CPDM says.Their electoral dreams will be cut short when Biya uses his empowerment and ordeal of election fraud as usual to win the battle.Be it the the creation of an IEC or not the Biya's regime has been bent on making sure that the SDF remains the number 2 party in Cameroon never the first.Never ever.Some people take views here for bais or whatever but realities in the political arena in cameroon can prove that the SDF is just there in the name of political parties and nothing else.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

knganjo

Fritzane Kiki,

There you go again..What do you expect the sdf to do? Now that your messiah and sellout like the Muna has been deceived and dumped by the regime what else can you say? Talk about the authentic sdf? Muna Iscariot? Subjectively criticise the sdf? .Where are the members of your crew? They have disappeared from the forum just like their messiah is disappearing from the political scene in Cameroon.Do not be tired but continue to play his drum.With no political base and with nobody to turn to your messiah Muna has gone into oblivion.Fru Ndi and his group were at least invited to give their opinion on how the IEC should look like.The disgraced and shameless political culprit call Muna should be brazing for another court case because Fru Ndi and not him was invited for the recent political consultation. I hope this time around instead of taking the sdf to court he will be taking Biya for having successfully used and dumped him.When shall Muna and your likes learn? If he thought he will succeed like the father did when he split the Kndp then he made the mistake of his life.I hope you and other political nonentities are begining to learn and know that there is no political leader in Cameroon that can match Fru Ndi's charisma.By indulging in the devil's mission to destroy the sdf Muna and your crew proved to the world that you have refused to learn from history. May I remind you that those who refused to learn from the past live to repeat the same mistakes.

knganjo

Fritzane Kiki,

There you go again..What do you expect the sdf to do? Now that your messiah and sellout like the Muna has been deceived and dumped by the regime what else can you say? Talk about the authentic sdf? Muna Iscariot? Subjectively criticise the sdf? .Where are the members of your crew? They have disappeared from the forum just like their messiah is disappearing from the political scene in Cameroon.Do not be tired but continue to play his drum.With no political base and with nobody to turn to your messiah Muna has gone into oblivion.Fru Ndi and his group were at least invited to give their opinion on how the IEC should look like.The disgraced and shameless political culprit call Muna should be brazing for another court case because Fru Ndi and not him was invited for the recent political consultation. I hope this time around instead of taking the sdf to court he will be taking Biya for having successfully used and dumped him.When shall Muna and your likes learn? If he thought he will succeed like the father did when he split the Kndp then he made the mistake of his life.I hope you and other political nonentities are begining to learn and know that there is no political leader in Cameroon that can match Fru Ndi's charisma.By indulging in the devil's mission to destroy the sdf Muna and your crew proved to the world that you have refused to learn from history. May I remind you that those who refused to learn from the past live to repeat the same mistakes.

ADAMA KWIKEH


Mr. Fritz,
You can bear with me that your statement "SDF is just there in the name of political parties and nothing else" is a grave overstatement.
You should be able to appreciate what the SDF is doing despite the odds it faces everyday from the CPDM.
You should also be aware of the fact that in CamerOUn today, is one were to genuinely rank political parties, SDF of NJFN will come first, CDU of ANN will come second and the CPDM and the rest can come n any order.

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